Who's who Page ContentThere will be names and titles you'll come across when you first begin teaching. Don't feel like you have to learn everything in your first week. If you are unsure of what someone's role is within the school - ask.Beginning teachers will be assigned a mentor or buddy to help them with such questions. Use the information below to become familiar with position titles you may come across in your school.School staffThe number of employees in a school depends on student enrolment numbers.The lists below represent an example of school staff. Schools may have other titles for positions - you will need to become familiar with these.Leadership teamSpecialist staffAncillary and support staffLeadership teamPrincipalDeputy PrincipalHead of SchoolHead of Junior School/Early YearsHead of Junior SecondaryHead of Senior School/Senior YearsHead of Department (HOD)Head of Curriculum (HOC) or Curriculum CoordinatorHead of Special Education Services (HOSES)Vocational Education and Training (VET) CoordinatorYear Level CoordinatorSubject Area CoordinatorICT CoordinatorSpecialist staffAdvisory Visiting Teacher (AVT)Class TeacherSpecial Education TeacherEnglish as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D) TeacherHealth and Physical Education (HPE) TeacherInstrumental Music TeacherLanguages other than English (LOTE) TeacherMusic TeacherSubject-Specialist Teacher (secondary)Support Teacher (Literacy and Numeracy) (ST[LaN])Teacher-Librarian or Resource TeacherRegistered nurseOccupational therapistPhysiotherapistGuidance OfficerAncillary and support staffTeacher AidesCleanersSchools Officers (Grounds and/or Facilities)ChaplainReligious Instruction TeachersVolunteersDoE organisational structureThe DoE Organisational Structure provides comprehensive information on the departmental structure.